By Joel Elowsky Crowds are always following Jesus looking for something. These crowds come from everywhere, not just the locals, and they’re filled with expectation. He always takes their expectations and transforms them into something more significant than they perhaps knew they needed. His Sermon on the Mount is a classic example. He ascends a mountain ..
REVIEW: REDEEMING TRANSCENDENCE IN THE ARTS, by Jeremy BegbieEditor’s note: this review originally appeared in the Winter 2020 issue of the Concordia Journal. We reprint it here in anticipation of this year’s Theological Symposium, “Whatever is Lovely”: The Role of Beauty in Theology and Ministry, September 21-22, 2021. For more information and to register, go to https://www.csl.edu/resources/continuing-education/theological-symposium/. REDEEMING TRANSCENDENCE IN THE ARTS: Bearing ..
Christ Centered Counseling … and JustificationRick Marrs talks with David Loy about the connections between Christian counseling, justification, and the distinction between law and gospel
ICYMI: Kent Burreson, “An Apprenticeship in Faith”Kent Burreson's latest thoughts on faith formation, the adult catechumenate, and congregational education